Anti-Gay Industry

Executive summary: A report from ‘Love Won Out: Addressing, understanding, and preventing homosexuality’

"Love Won Out” is an anti-gay conference promoting the ex-gay ministries of the national conservative evangelical Christian group Focus on the Family.

False anti-gay claims targeted at black voters in swing states

In an effort to win more votes for George W. Bush and other Republicans in the 2004 election, conservatives marketed false anti-gay claims to black voters in swing states.

‘Moral values’ voters in the 2004 presidential election

During the 2004 campaign season, Republicans energized and mobilized their core constituency by emphasizing “moral values” in their messages.

Responding to claims of ‘judicial tyranny’

The rights of members of a stigmatized minority, such as lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, should not be determined by the prejudices of the majority.

Same-sex marriage in the United States: Focus on the facts

This book, written by Sean Cahill, director of the Task Force’s Policy Institute, provides clear-cut and non-partisan statistical information and data about marriage equality.

Youth in the crosshairs: The third wave of ex-gay activism

Ex-gay ministries do more harm than good by claiming that gay men, lesbians and bisexuals — youth in particular — can become heterosexual through “conversion therapy.”

Challenging the ex-gay movement

This report serves as a guide for challenging those who claim that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people can be “cured.”

The Bush-Cheney administration on 12 key issues of concern to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people

President George W. Bush has consistently aligned himself with right-wing causes and policies, and his anti-LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) policy record is clear.

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